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Progress Learning’s Free Downloadable Planning Resources for Teachers



Download Our Free Planning and Progress Monitoring Resources

Hey there, K-12 educators! Are you looking for some helpful resources to enhance your lesson planning and progress monitoring? Look no further! We’ve got you covered with a variety of downloadable resources that are completely free. From lesson plan templates to progress monitoring charts, our resources are designed to make your life easier and keep your students on track. So, why not take a few minutes to browse our selection and see how these tools can benefit you and your classroom? Happy planning!

Lesson Planning Guide

This lesson plan template is designed to give you the flexibility to customize it for any state and subject standard, whether you’re teaching

K-12th grade or looking for daily instruction, tutoring, station, or intervention block plan.

End of Year State Assessment Review Planning Guide 

The following schedule is a recommendation to review key academic strands for the 3 weeks leading up to your state assessment. Strategically choose 3 academic strands to focus on. You could choose academic strands that may be heavily tested, or maybe your class data has identified weak areas. The calendar template on page 2 is a suggestion and can be adapted to your state’s testing schedule.

Take the stress out of test prep Checklist

As test season approaches, teachers everywhere understand the stress that comes with preparing their students for exams. From reviewing content to creating lesson plans, it can be overwhelming and time-consuming. That’s why we’ve created a free downloadable checklist to help take the stress out of test prep. This checklist is designed specifically for teachers and includes everything you need to get through the season with ease.

Daily Lesson Plans with

Progress Learning

This lesson plan template is designed to give you the flexibility to customize it for any state and subject standard, whether you’re teaching K-12th grade or looking for a daily instruction, tutoring, station, or intervention block plan.


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